Itatte and totte are the gerunds of verbs just as the preceding.
Lovely, with a show of insouciance, bagged three gerunds and one gerundive.
All other verbs can be transformed into participles and gerunds.
After is rendered likewise by the gerunds with the adverb vaar, after.
In the left-hand column, asking and accepting are present participles; in the right-hand column, they are verbal nouns (gerunds).
Gerunds: "They shrink from inflicting what they threaten;" "He is not content with shining on great occasions."
Gerunds and supines, in languages where they occur, are only names for certain cases of the verb.
There is, again, the use of the prefix a before various adjectives and gerunds, as in a-going and a-riding.